Over the weekend Barry Gibb put on a performance at the famous Glastonbury Festival.
The Bee Gees' set was part of Glastonbury's renowned 'legends slot' and Gibb performed a 75 minute set with plenty coming from the Bee Gees' back catalogue.
Before playing the hit ‘Tragedy’ to close the show Gibb listened to the crowd chanting “Barry, wear the jacket / Barry, wear the jacket / La, la, la, la“.
He then asked if a member of the stage crew could retrieve the jacket from the crowd which was being offered by one of three audience members who’d dressed up as The Bee Gees.
He joked that the gold jacket was a bit small for him before launching into the Bee Gees' 1979 hit 'Tragedy'.